The Dog Liberator™

The Dog Liberator rescues abandoned dogs throughout the Southeast. Based in Central Florida, this non-profit organization fosters all of their dogs in a home environment. Founded in 2009, all dogs are fully vetted, spayed or neutered prior to adoption. The Dog Liberator focuses in rescuing the herding breed, which consists of Border Collies, Shepherds, Sheepdogs, Aussies, Collies, and Deaf/Blind Dogs.

Khan aka Colby the Golden Retriever~RIP

Khan aka Colby the Golden Retriever~RIP
Awesome Family Dog!

Khan (Colby) and his brother, Rufus are six year old Golden Retrievers.  They are both heartworm negative, and fully trained.  They are great with children and small animals.  Both of them spend their day playing in the pond, but have not yet shown an interest in the pool.  A baby pool or a pond for them to play in would be a plus.

These are simply farm dogs.  They run on 2 acres every day, then at dinner time, they are racing into their crates!  They will need to be introduced to their new surroundings and their new homes.

Just add water and stir, these two dogs are awesome family dogs!  They are being fostered in the Sanford/Deltona area.  Email for more information.

New photos of Chaka Khan will be posted in her photo album on Facebook.



Colby, RIP
Colby, RIP

Gisele:   I hope you are doing well. We adopted Colby from Sandy Shinner through you about 3 years ago. I have contacted her as well. I wanted to drop you a note to thank you for giving us the opportunity to bring Colby (Phoenix) into our lives. He was such a perfect dog and deeply loved. He lived a very happy and full life with us. He loved to fetch balls…and to love and be loved by his humans. He was a wonderful companion for my son, and slept in his room every night. He was love incarnate. I also wanted to let you know that he passed today. His health failed rapidly over the past couple of weeks. It started subtly about 3 weeks ago with 3 swollen lymph glands in his neck. We’d had a similar one removed about one year ago, and it proved to be benign, suspicious for infection, actually. We were planning to have the others removed after a course of antibiotics failed when he began vomiting and losing energy (about 4 days ago). He rapidly deteriorated and ended up with ascites and vomiting bile. In exploratory surgery today he was found to have liver cancer. We didn’t want him to suffer. We had hoped to have him with us for years to come. He was entirely too young, and we are grief stricken…but we feel so blessed to have had him. Thank you for sharing him with us.

Here are a few pictures. I don’t know if you have a Rainbow Bridge portion of your website. If you do and you wish to use any pictures, please only use the first one. We’re trying to keep pictures of my son off the Internet as much as possible.

Best wishes and be well,
Jacintha Cauffield

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